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UC Review: Baltimore Ave Redesign discussion continues

UC Review: Baltimore Ave Redesign discussion continues Marred by vacant lots, vacant storefronts and abandoned residential homes, Baltimore Ave between the 4900 and 5200 blocks is in serious need of…

University City Updates: Baltimore Avenue redesign and Historical Society awards

UC Review: Discussion begins on Baltimore Ave. redesign from 4900-52nd Streets The seven blocks of Baltimore Avenue beginning at Clark Park on 43rd Street through to the Dock Street Brew…

West Philadelphia Spotlight: The Gables Bed & Breakfast

To step into The Gables Bed and Breakfast is to step back in time. The meticulously restored Victorian is on the edge of Clark Park and a just a stone’s throw…

Historic Baltimore Avenue Churches Promote Community Use

Historic Baltimore Avenue Churches Promote Community Use The sacred places in our neighborhood stand out as landmarks on our blocks and along our avenues but too often we value them from…

Baltimore Avenue Pedestrian Lighting Survey

Baltimore Avenue Pedestrian Lighting Survey University City District is conducting a study of the street lighting in the Baltimore Avenue Business District (45th to 50th Streets). Your responses to this survey…

Second Saturday on Baltimore Avenue

University City Review: Second Saturday on Baltimore Avenue Second Saturdays will be a recurring event at 50th and Baltimore, with outdoor craft shows planned through October. The September 12 event…

Neighborhood Bike Works’ annual Bike Part Art Show

University City Review: Neighborhood Bike Works’ annual Bike Part Art Show Bicycle-Inspired art by over 100 artists benefits local Youth Cycling ProgramFew events have as many compelling components as…

University City District Receives $113,000 for Corridor Revitalization Projects

University City District Receives $113,000 for Corridor Revitalization ProjectsCity of Philadelphia’s ReStore Philadelphia Corridors Fund awards UCD $75,000 for greening on Baltimore Avenue and $38,000 for a computerized information system…

Baltimore Avenue Pedestrian Lighting Underway

A note from the University City District: Work is about to get underway on the installation of new pedestrian lights on Baltimore Avenue.  The goal is to improve public safety…

Baltimore Avenue Pedestrian Lighting Survey

University City District (UCD) is conducting a study of the street lighting in the Baltimore Avenue Business District (45th to 50th Streets). Your responses to this survey will be valuable in…

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